PMC is supplying two pairs of its studio monitors for the mixing and recording of the latest series of Teenage Cancer Trust concerts – a charity fund-raising programme initiated by The Who’s frontman, Roger Daltrey, in 2000.
The company’s provision of the AML2 monitors will allow even more funds to be directed towards the TCT’s efforts to help young people suffering from cancer.
Recording engineer Gareth Johnston (Suede, Natalie Imbruglia, Noel Gallagher, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra) will be using the AML2s for mixing and post-production work on each night’s concert, ready for use by the world’s broadcasters the following day.
Miles Roberts, PMC’s managing director, commented: “Over £10 million has been raised since the first concert took place 11 year s ago, with all the artists and staff giving their time free for this very worthwhile cause. PMC is very pleased to be able to contribute to the success of the concerts and the magnificent work that the Teenage Cancer Trust does to support teenagers affected by cancer.”
Taking place between Monday 21 and Sunday 27 March, the 2011 concert series will include performances from Squeeze, Beady Eye, Biffy Clyro, Editors, Tinie Tempah with Jessie J, and Daltrey himself (performing The Who’s 1969 rock opera classic, Tommy), as well as a comedy night featuring John Bishop, Kevin Bridges and others.